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From Frogs to Catechesis: The Role of the Imagination in Lifelong Catechesis for Eucharist

How can we use our imaginations to deepen our eucharistic catechesis? Frog Inspiration The Frog Prince was the first of the Brothers Grimm fairy-tales published in 1812. The meaning of the story revolves around an important life-lesson: sometimes what we don’t want is precisely what we need. Under the curse of a witch, the frog […]

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Anglican-Catholic Perspectives on the Eucharist: An Appreciative Dialogue — Ritually Speaking

What unique eucharistic insights might we gain through the experience of an Anglican priest who became a Catholic Priest? Reading Life Through Eucharistic Rituals In their Mighty Stories, Dangerous Rituals, Herbert Anderson and Edward Foley reflect upon how public worship functions by weaving together both God’s and our own human stories. This notion of weaving […]

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Triangularity: The Shape of Eucharistic Hospitality

Saint Peter Julian Eymard founded the Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament. How did hospitality shape his eucharistic mission? Born from Hospitality Scratch under the surface of any historical account and there is another story ready to be told. The circumstances that gave rise to the emergence of the Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament in the […]

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